As reported by NFL.com’s Dan Hanzus, Brady led the way in all of the New England States and also finished first in Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, Michigan, Illinois and Florida.
What else would you expect from the quarterback who just put together one of the best seasons in his career at 39 years old? After coming back from his four-game suspension, Brady embarked on an 11-1 record, with 28 touchdown passes and two interceptions.
Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliot and Dak Prescott follow Brady on the list at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. New York Giants’ wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. came in at No. 4, while Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski rounded out the top 5.
Wide receiver Julian Edelman was No. 15, giving New England three players in the top 25, which tied the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers for second most. Dallas had four players on the list.